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Robert Durst Pleads Not Guilty to Gun Charges, California Extradition Delayed

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Robert Durst pleaded not guilty Thursday to two state gun charges in Louisiana in a case that would delay his extradition to California to face murder charges.

The Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office provided this photo of Robert Durst after he was arrested in New Orleans on March 14, 2015, on a first-degree warrant out of Los Angeles County.

The Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office provided this photo of Robert Durst after he was arrested in New Orleans on March 14, 2015, on a first-degree warrant out of Los Angeles County.

A day after a grand jury indicted the real estate magnate on gun charges, Durst appeared in court Thursday, declaring “I am not guilty your honor.”

“On both counts?” the judge asked.

“Yes,” Durst responded.

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